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alexis speech 3 - Speech Notes Chapter 8: Informative...

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Speech Notes Chapter 8: Informative Strategies 1. Demonstrating: See and do 2. Describing: Vivid details, create mental picture 3. Defining: Abstract concepts Technical information Is it going to require me to translate it so the audience understands? 4. Comparing: Similarities and differences 5. Reporting (Is the what) E.g. journalism Chronological events 6. Explaining: (Is the why and how) Cause and effect Chapter 9: Identifying the Purpose Providing new information: Change audience beliefs about what is TRUE o Example: Capital punishment does not deter violent crime. (The question is factual and I may use it to persuade that it either deters crime or not. Agenda Setting: o Making the topic/ issue important to the audience Example: We should pay more attention to capital punishment. Creating positive or negative feeling: o Leaving audience with hope or concern Example: Capital punishment laws have become more humane overtime. Strengthening commitment:
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2011 for the course SPCH 1101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State.

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